Jigsaw Finale is the latest puzzle game from Playstige Interactive on PlayStation 4. Check out our Jigsaw Finale review!
Jigsaw Finale is the latest puzzle game from Playstige Interactive on PlayStation 4. This follows puzzler Jigsaw Solace and Jigsaw Abundance, and, as its name suggests, it provides us with a new batch of jigsaw puzzles to solve. If you have not played the previous puzzle games from Playstige Interactive, the controls will take a moment before everything clicks. You will move between the different puzzle pieces with the D-Pad, picking the one you want to move by pressing and holding down the X button. Once you’ve done this, you will need to move the puzzle piece around with the left analog stick. As you drop a puzzle piece in one spot, the other piece will switch to the previous location.
For Jigsaw Finale, the puzzle themes all center around images from many countries, cities, and biomes around the world. Each theme will have five puzzles for you to solve. Because of this, during this jigsaw puzzle journey, you’ll be visiting Japan, the USA, Russia, Europe, Africa, Asia, London, Paris, Istanbul, Cairo, Venice, Dubai, the Desert, Ice, and Ocean. You can try to complete these puzzles in one of four sizes – 4×4, 5×5, 6×6, and 8×8 – and can also change the background for the screen and pick between five different color options so that you can customize your time with the game.
The trophy list for Jigsaw Finale does not give you any clues as to how you can unlock the trophies, but if you’ve played Jigsaw Abundance and Jigsaw Solace, you know what to expect. The list is split into three Bronze trophies, nine Silver trophies, and eight Gold trophies. As long as you complete 20 puzzles out of all the available options, every trophy will pop at a steady pace.
If you’re a fan of jigsaw puzzle games and have played previous games from PlayStige Interactive, then you know what to expect from Jigsaw Finale on PlayStation 4. This is a budget jigsaw puzzle release with a Platinum trophy that you can get in 30 minutes or so, as long as you stick to completing a bunch of 4×4 puzzles before you start to bump up the number of pieces.
This Jigsaw Finale review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Playstige Interactive.